Sponsorship responses are operationalized as Brand Associations and Brand Shortcoming. At sponsored events, attendees have different levels of deterioration experiences, which vary by their level of interaction with the sponsor. This screen examines whether there is a relationship between the levels of overall experiences and the effects on sponsorship responses, and whether these activities are mediated by brand experience. A natural experiment was go here to investigate the effects of three types of event simulations on sponsorship responses and brand experience. The study shows that all event attendees will have more favourable sponsorship responses than the control group and that the higher event experience attendees have the more getting sponsorship responses.
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